Praha-Vysočany railway station
Praha-Vysočany railway station (Czech: Nádraží Praha-Vysočany) is a mainline railway station located in Vysočany, Prague 9. Located at the northeastern end of Nové Spojení, it is a junction between track 070, to Turnov, and track 231 to Kolín via Nymburk. Historically, trains from Nymburk terminated at the now demolished Praha-Těšnov railway station. It is located within walking distance of Vysočanská station on the Prague Metro.
- 1872 – station opens under the name Vysočany on the Neratovice – Prague railway.
- 1873 – service between Hradec Králové, Nymburk and Prague commences as part of the Austrian Northwestern Railway
- 1922 – Vysočany becomes part of Prague
- 1941 – station renamed Praha-Vysočany
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toward Hradec Králové
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